Workflow automation refers to methods (and systems) that streamline the movement of tasks, documents, and data within work processes by automating them to fit with organisational processes and policies. This blog looks at five advanced workflow automation examples that Pro2col have recently delivered to enterprise customers.
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I’m sure that just like me, you have known technicians who have come up with often ingenious ways to address the day-to-day business challenges that we all encounter. Whilst it’s great to have these people around who can provide a quick solution and support it when needed, it’s far too easy to become dependent upon them...
Do you send sensitive documents and files using email? Could you do more to protect those documents and files to ensure their confidentiality? These are just two of the more obvious questions which many an IT administrator and security officer are now asking their organisations, as the world and it's regulators become more focussed and stringent on data protection.
Along with the rest of the world we've been experimenting with ChatGPT over the last couple of months. Having set ChatGPT a range of increasingly ridiculous tasks (culminating in a request for a sonnet about MFT) we decided to test just how capable
It may be obvious to some that FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is an insecure protocol; and that its continued use for transferring sensitive or personal is inappropriate. Yet, its use for that very purpose still continues according to Rapid7, creating an unnecessary risk.
ITAR requires that both defence materials and related technical data are handled by authorised parties and maintain a high degree of security. Managed file transfer solutions can help by guaranteeing a level of integrity, encryption and auditability during file movement workflows.
IBM Sterling is one of those solutions which feels like it has been around since the beginning of the earth and for must customers of the solution, they have been using for just as long. Handling critical file movements in the company network, few want to touch it for fear of severe disruption. However, if being reviewed, would likely be pulled up on a number of shortcomings which once upon a time seemed trivial but today are problematic.
It wasn't to long ago that we were excited to see the release of MOVEit's first REST API methods, opening up the possibilities for ever more integration and automated workflows. Many of which our customers have since explored. Today, things have moved both further; and in an exciting direction with the release of a certified Mulesoft Anypoint Exchange connector for MOVEit Transfer.
As of May 2018, payment merchants and other credit card handling organisations will need to have familiarised themselves and have implemented the latest iteration of the PCI-DSS. In particular, this blog focuses on how version 3.2.1 affects managed file transfer solutions and how you can ensure your MFT solution stays compliant.
After 19 years' of working with managed file transfer solutions (MFT), there is one use case which pops up time and time again. It starts with a requirement for a simple yet regular file transfer between two points, for which a script is created and run as either a cron job or Windows scheduler task...
5 Reasons to Consider Managed File Transfer in the Cloud Storing sensitive files and personal data in the cloud can be a touchy topic for some, keeping even the most seasoned information security leader or data protection officer awake at night.